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Forestdale, London

Forestdale, London

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Forestdale is a village in southeast London, UK, part of the London Borough of Croydon. It is located to the east of Selsdon, and to the west of Addington, London. The main building development of the village, commenced in the late 1960s and completed in the mid 70s, took place on what was previously open ground, containing a number of smallholdings. Forestdale is linked to Croydon via Addington by Featherbed Lane which skirts the suburb on one side. The distinctive feature of the village consists of cul-de-sacs running off four main roads, the cul-de-sacs being subdivided into several 'neighbourhoods'. All houses within a cul-de-sac are of the same style, but differ from other cul-de-sacs in style and materials, such as weatherboarding, brick colour and arrangement, and so uniformity of style is achieved within one cul-de-sac but differs from all others. One more mark of distinction was the award-winning introduction in 1972, by the construction firm, Wates Group, of solar heating panels in three houses in one of the areas.http://www.cda.org.uk/megab2/build/solaris/IS1.htm Copper Development Association First Prize for solar heating

Transport and locale

Forestdale has the advantages of being located in the greenery near a nature reserve with diverse walks, as well as being close to several golf courses. Two London Buses serve the village; routes London Buses route T31 and London Buses route T33, all of which contributes to the desirability of living in the area. The village is also near Tramlink tram stops; Gravel Hill tram stop connected via local buses, and Fieldway tram stop. But there are no trams running in Forestdale itself. Forestdale is a village in southeast London, UK, part of the London Borough of Croydon. It is located to the east of Selsdon, and to the west of Addington, London. The main building development of the village, commenced in the late 1960s and completed in the mid 70s, took place on what was previously open ground, containing a number of smallholdings. Forestdale is linked to Croydon via Addington by Featherbed Lane which skirts the suburb on one side. The distinctive feature of the village consists of cul-de-sacs running off four main roads, the cul-de-sacs being subdivided into several 'neighbourhoods'. All houses within a cul-de-sac are of the same style, but differ from other cul-de-sacs in style and materials, such as weatherboarding, brick colour and arrangement, and so uniformity of style is achieved within one cul-de-sac but differs from all others. One more mark of distinction was the award-winning introduction in 1972, by the construction firm, Wates Group, of solar heating panels in three houses in one of the areas.http://www.cda.org.uk/megab2/build/solaris/IS1.htm Copper Development Association First Prize for solar heating

Nearest places

*Selsdon
*Addington, London
*Monks Hill
*New Addington
*Fickleshole Forestdale is a village in southeast London, UK, part of the London Borough of Croydon. It is located to the east of Selsdon, and to the west of Addington, London. The main building development of the village, commenced in the late 1960s and completed in the mid 70s, took place on what was previously open ground, containing a number of smallholdings. Forestdale is linked to Croydon via Addington by Featherbed Lane which skirts the suburb on one side. The distinctive feature of the village consists of cul-de-sacs running off four main roads, the cul-de-sacs being subdivided into several 'neighbourhoods'. All houses within a cul-de-sac are of the same style, but differ from other cul-de-sacs in style and materials, such as weatherboarding, brick colour and arrangement, and so uniformity of style is achieved within one cul-de-sac but differs from all others. One more mark of distinction was the award-winning introduction in 1972, by the construction firm, Wates Group, of solar heating panels in three houses in one of the areas.http://www.cda.org.uk/megab2/build/solaris/IS1.htm Copper Development Association First Prize for solar heating

Education

'''Primary Education'''
* [http://www.courtwood.croydon.sch.uk Courtwood Primary School]
* [http://www.forestdale.croydon.sch.uk Forestdale Primary School] Forestdale is a village in southeast London, UK, part of the London Borough of Croydon. It is located to the east of Selsdon, and to the west of Addington, London. The main building development of the village, commenced in the late 1960s and completed in the mid 70s, took place on what was previously open ground, containing a number of smallholdings. Forestdale is linked to Croydon via Addington by Featherbed Lane which skirts the suburb on one side. The distinctive feature of the village consists of cul-de-sacs running off four main roads, the cul-de-sacs being subdivided into several 'neighbourhoods'. All houses within a cul-de-sac are of the same style, but differ from other cul-de-sacs in style and materials, such as weatherboarding, brick colour and arrangement, and so uniformity of style is achieved within one cul-de-sac but differs from all others. One more mark of distinction was the award-winning introduction in 1972, by the construction firm, Wates Group, of solar heating panels in three houses in one of the areas.http://www.cda.org.uk/megab2/build/solaris/IS1.htm Copper Development Association First Prize for solar heating

References

Category:Districts of Croydon
Category:Areas of London